Kyle Slavin

Saanich traffic officers seize cash, drugs

Saanich police located drugs and seized $24,000 in cash during two unrelated vehicle checks.

Saanich hit with rash of break and enters

Police are warning residents about the importance of locking windows and doors following a series of brazen daytime break and enters.

Police dog helps nab B&E suspect

Saanich police arrested a 24-year-old man early Tuesday morning who broke into a commercial building in the 800-block of Cloverdale Ave.

Invasive ladybugs seek hibernation space

With the arrival of cooler weather and the impending winter, don’t be surprised if you start seeing more spotted beetles than usual.

Rob Ford fiasco a warning to B.C. on four-year civic council terms

Few mechanisms in place to eject elected municipal officials who break the law or admit to bad behaviour

COURAGE: Fighting PTSD

One man engages in battle against post traumatic stress disorder, depression by sharing his story

Two year sentence for man behind abduction attempt in Saanich

Kian Chong will serve seven-and-a-half months in jail after credit for time served

Saanich names new police chief

Deputy Chief Const. Bob Downie will take over the Saanich Police Department in February 2014

Boom! Halloween is fireworks time in Saanich

Training course, permit needed to shoot fireworks in Saanich on Oct. 31

Leaf collection time draws near for Saanich

Saanich public works crews are expected to collect some 400 truckloads of dry foliage this fall from nearly 8,000 yards.

Poor communication dogs First Nations sign removal

First Nations Pkols sign on Mount Doug in storage for now

Glimmer of light for closed astronomy centre

Feds’ answer to funding Centre of the Universe could come by January

Panama Flats plan going public to Saanich residents

Saanich looks to secure area's historic agricultural, recreation and floodplain uses

Tennis court planners fire volley at opponent in Saanich

Cedar Hill tennis court plan foes defend information campaign

Cervical health challenge issued to Greater Victoria women

Getting screened regularly best way to avoid cervical cancers

Saanich volunteers have fingers crossed for solid salmon season

Colquitz River fish fence helps stewards monitor returning coho numbers

Staying bright to stay safe in Greater Victoria

Saanich police encourage all road users to be alert to conditions

Mysteries of Saanich generations past uncovered

Ancient census data helps Saanich historians recreate neighbourhoods

Giant gaming event at Commonwealth Place supports Our Place

A gaming event on Saturday will feature board games, role-playing games, fantasy games, tabletop miniature games and a slew of card games.

Driving rain, hills challenge Tour de Rock riders

As Arnold Lim pedalled through driving rain out of Port Alice nearly two weeks ago, he began questioning what he had gotten himself into.